Paxum Offers Porn Stars Snubbed by Chase Bank a Free Alternative

Apr 24, 2014 11:30 AM PST

LOS ANGELES — Paxum, a leading alternative payment service for the online adult entertainment industry, has offered the porn stars affected by the recent Chase Bank account closures the opportunity to sign up for Paxum services free of charge and receive a free Paxum Payroll card.

"We disagree with this kind of abuse. At Paxum, we welcome adult performers of all kinds," said Ruth Blair, Paxum's business development manager. "Performers should not be forced to suffer penalties and financial difficulties purely as a result of their career choice.”

Chase Bank has reportedly sent out letters to hundreds of porn stars notifying them that their accounts will be closed on May 11.

While not a bank, Paxum is a global e-wallet money services business that enables verified clients to send and receive instant payments, as well as withdraw those funds at ATM's worldwide with the Paxum Payroll card.

“We invite all adult performers who have suffered account closures at the hands of Chase Bank to sign up with Paxum and use our services completely hassle free,” Blair added. “We can help you get paid without fear, prejudice or abuse. "

Paxum is currently used by several large adult companies, including Mindgeek (formerly Manwin), GammaE, Vivid, Playboy and others.

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